We are all likely to be familiar with the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. It is a world –famous scientific organisation, a huge area of landscaped gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Marketors’ annual Cass scholarship, funded by the Marketors’ Trust, is awarded to an outstanding post-graduate student enrolled on the MSc Marketing Strategy and Innovation programme at Cass Business School at C
Every year The Marketors’ Trust, works in close collaboration with the Awards committee, to fund several Post Graduate Academic Awards to students from leading Business Schools for dissertations on marketing related topic
Seven events took place this Autumn in the Museum’s 2019 professional development programme, which is being supported by The Marketors’ Trust; the reviews are below.
On a damp November evening, Marketors crossed London Bridge and joined forces with Distillers to learn more about the marketing of alcohol.
On a cold and crisp November morning, crowds of well-wishers lined the streets of the City of London for the 804th Lord Mayor’s Show. Despite the forecast, the parade was dry as the wet weather held off until after
GPDR – four letters that continue to strike fear into the heart of many in the marketing profession. Marketers have had to re-examine many of their well-established industry practices to ensure compliance. Pre
The Marketors Outreach programme has been asked to deliver an Outreach project for The Scotts Project Trust who support people with a learning disability to strive to reach their aspirations and make choices about how to live t
When I was informed that I had been elected as Junior warden Elect, I was filled with emotions of pride and privilege. I look forward to helping to continue supporting the Worshipful Company of Marketors.
The Marketors’ Annual City Lecture ‘numbers can’t beat emotions’ presented by Tim Delaney of Leaga Delaney, at the Painters Hall, on 17th October 2019.
Once again this was an excellent city lecture held at the Painters Hall, to a full audience.